NABC opens nominations for Board of Directors

Aug. 7, 2023
The Board is made up of collision repair industry companies as well as individual thought leaders in the industry that play a role in leading NABC.
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The National Auto Body Council (NABC) is now taking nominations for its Board of Directors election, according to a press release.

The Board is made up of collision repair industry companies as well as individual thought leaders in the industry that play a role in leading NABC. In this election, there are seven seats available.

The election abides by the NABC Bylaws, and nominees must be existing NABC members through Patron membership, not through a collision repair affiliate group. They must be nominated by three NABC members and attach a photo and bio with their submission.

Nominations are due by September 2, coming 60 days before the NABC Annual Meeting and Board Elections on November 2, which will be held at the 2023 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

“We encourage those who are interested to submit their nomination and play a significant role in giving back to our industry as well as the local communities where we live and work,” said NABC Executive Director Debby Robinson.

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